There are idioms related the character and personality. Perhaps, you are confused about the difference between the two. To solve that confusion, let us try to read the meaning of these words.
Character – often used in a positive way to mean qualities that are interesting and unusual. It reveals what you are inside. Some of the examples of it are kind, helpful or genuine.
Personality – the type of person you are, shown by the way you behave, feel, and think. It shows what you are outside or what you are to the world. Some of the examples of it are lazy, enthusiastic, positive, negative or passionate.
Now, take a look and get some idea about the idioms regarding the character and personality. Enjoy learning!
A jack of all trades
* A person who is skilled in many different areas.
* A clever person.
* A person, esp a woman, who is considered to be emotionally unstable and likely to be dangerously vengeful.
* A person who meddles in the affairs of others.
* An extremely talkative person.
* A person who pays close attention to the passage of time and is often eager for the time to pass, as at work or school.
* An aloof or emotionally reserved person.
*A person who has strange ideas and behaves in strange ways.
* An unpleasant person, especially a man.
* A person who keeps their interests and ideas secret, especially someone who has a surprising ability or skill.
* A person who often thinks about doing something else or being somewhere else, instead of paying attention to what is happening where they are now.
* A practical, reasonable, and friendly person.
* A person who gets up or arrives early.
* A man who is very successful and is much admired.
* A contented, satisfied, or uncomplaining person.
Life and soul of the party
* Someone who brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm to a social event.
* A person who likes to do things on their own without other people.
* Someone who annoys other people by complaining all the time.
* A person seen as overly intellectual, obsessive, introverted or lacking social skills.
Pain in the neck
A person or thing that is extremely annoying or inconvenient.
* A sociable person who enjoys parties.
* A person who is always travelling and changing jobs has the advantage of having no responsibilities, but also has disadvantages such as having no permanent place to live.
* A person who is kinder and more pleasant than they seem to be from their appearance and manner.
* Someone who spends as little money as possible and is not generous.
* A person who avoids work or duty.
* A person who makes other people work very hard.
* A very unpleasant person whose friendly manner is not sincere.
* A clever and intelligent person.
* Honest and not likely to hide their opinions.
* A rebellious and unruly or reckless young person.
* A shy person, especially a girl or woman, who is frightened to involve herself in social activities and does not attract much interest or attention.
* A person or thing that dampens or discourages one’s enthusiasm or enjoyment.
* A person who is not strong, brave, or confident.
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